Kat Robertson (BA Hons in Visual and Performing Arts) is a multi-dimensional artist enjoying, post motherhood, returning to a more disciplined, creative practise….i.e. having the time!

“I am a, constantly evolving, free spirit, with no agenda other than to exist in the NOW with LOVE.

My creative practice involves meditating daily, opening to receive, and attempting to share the resulting message/vision in whatever medium seems most appropriate.  This is, most often, as visual art, but also includes poetry, musical experiments, digital and performance art.

My work is constantly inspired by witnessing the natural forms and beauty that surrounds me here in remote Argyll, Scotland.

As I become older I am growing to believe that these complete, and often powerful ,  ‘imaginals’  are transmissions  that come direct through Gaia system, our Mother Earth, my service to Source being to illustrate aspects of our relationship with our natural environment.  For what else could explain the clear and complete way that these images comes into my consciousness? And the urgency with which they arise?

I feel that I barely do these visions justice, but have no choice other than to continue with this sacred alchemy, that hurts no-one, yet is capable of helping to bring others into their true nature and earth sense.

I feel deeply honored to be invited to be an Artist Partner within the non profit , women’s reforestation organisation, known as TreeSisters (www.treesisters.org)  as my work fits so perfectly with their mission to reforest our planet and the invitation to engage, spiritually, with Gaia. Women from whom I receive much support, encouragement and free advertising, globally, although, due to their charitable status, I am unable to sell work through their organisation.

I encourage all, who read this, to find time to contribute to their restoring mission in whatever way they can. I have chosen to give a monthly donation as it feels so good to know that I am helping to replenish and restore our communal lungs, the forests, which breathe, 24/7, for ALL of us and provide so much shelter, warmth and inspiration.’

Kat Robertson

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